When I get a notification on my Nest cam, I can 3D Touch (on iOS) to view a short, low frame rate, 2-3 second video clip of the notification event. It’s a great feature because you can tell if the notification is worth viewing in seconds, without needing to open the app.
I don’t like to have notifications turned off by geofence once I arrive home, so I get notifications when I’m home and then I manually turn them off via the in-app shortcut at the top of the screen.
It would be great if I could 3D touch or long press and for the app to show me my shortcuts.
This would also help others who have a nanny or maid service or friend over at their house and want a quick and easy way to stop notifications.
I don’t know if this is an easy or impossible implementation, but I figured it was worth bringing up in case I’m not the only one.
Since android Nougat (2016), android supports long-pressing on an app icon to perform specific actions within the app. These shortcuts can also be permanently added to a home screen. This would be a great addition so that I can jump straight to an often checked camera feed instead of always having to load the app, then choosing the desired camera.
Why did the title get changed to add shortcuts? That’s not what I was saying. I want to be able to 3D Touch the push notification when an event occurs. I don’t think this relates to shortcuts at all, but correct me if I’m wrong. Here’s a gif showing what I mean:
Apologies if this has been covered but I did not find anything in wishlist or roadmap. Currently when I receive a notification from Wyze cam, it has the image of what it saw. I would like to ask that instead of a still image, that it send a gif (or moving image) of a couple 2 or 3 seconds of the clip that way it would give a better idea of what actually is going on vs the still image we currently see. Thank you